Scope of practice for registered nurses and enrolled nurses

Date
23 May 2024
12:30 PM - 01:30 PM

Cost
Free

Available to
Practice Nurses

Continuing Professional Development

CPD Points unavailable

Online

Supporting the workforce

Sara Drew, Nurse Manager at Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA), is our guest presenter for this informative webinar exploring the vital topic of scope of practice for registered and enrolled nurses.

Gain valuable insights into the distinct scopes of practice for registered and enrolled nurses, and understand how to navigate these boundaries effectively. Whether you're an experienced nurse or new to the profession, this webinar will provide essential knowledge and practical guidance for delivering safe, competent, and patient-centered care. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your understanding of nursing practice and ensure compliance with professional standards and regulatory requirements.

Presenter: Sara Drew - RN, Grad Cert IPC, Grad Dip Neonatal Nursing, Dip Business, Dip Management, Immunisation Cert, SMHFA Instructor, Cert IV TAE.

Sara is an experienced Registered Nurse and Nurse Immuniser with extensive background in primary health care, chronic disease management, IPC, public health, immunisation, management and education. She is passionate about supporting and strengthening the role of primary healthcare nurses, through workforce development and education.

Enquiries: Julia Allardice: (03) 8814 2422 / julie.allardice@emphn.org.au

Learning outcomes:

  • Define the scope of practice for nurses within their respective healthcare settings, including roles, responsibilities, and legal and ethical considerations, to ensure safe and competent patient care delivery.
  • Discuss NMBA guidelines for supervising enrolled nurses.